Social Shots: The next Jadon Sancho emerging in Germany? Alexis Sanchez in the news

Date published: Monday 30th September 2019 10:46

Rabbi Matondo TEAMtalk

 Alexis Sanchez had an eventful weekend, while remember the name, Rabbi Matondo. Could he be the next British star to follow in the footsteps of Jadon Sancho in the Bundesliga? All in Social Shots…

In our weekly feature, we take a look at the best social media posts from across the world of football over the weekend. Football and social media can go hand in hand, but not everyone gets it right. Here, we celebrate those that do, highlighting the posts that have made us chuckle, the videos of wonder goals that we’ve just had to watch again, or just anything we felt simply had to be shared…

Use your loaf

Liverpool must have known they were in for a battle in south Yorkshire on Saturday lunchtime when Sheffield United’s John Egan did this. By any means necessary.

Taxi for Henderson

It was a full-blooded, absorbing contest at Bramall Lane that was eventually settled by this goal. Dean Henderson, you’ve had a mare son.

German efficiency

Miss of the weekend? I don’t think we saw anything worse then this from Manchester City star İlkay Gündoğan at Goodison Park. Incredible.

Raheem joins 100 Club

Focus on progression, not perfection, as the old saying goes. And judging by these cold hard stats few could argue that Raheem Sterling is not making serene progress in what has been a quite remarkable career to this point.

Remember the name

Following the rise and rise of Jadon Sancho, winger Rabbi Matondo could be the next young British superstar to emerge from the Bundesliga. The finish here was ice cold.

Let’s hear it for the boys

Some banter this at Huish Park and hands down the most bizarre story of the weekend as the referee sent off all the ball boys for time wasting during Yeovil’s non-league game with Bromley.

Low key weekends are the best

Alexis Sanchez produced a truly modern hat-trick over the weekend. Scored on debut for Inter ✅ Sent off for simulation ✅ Officially dived out of and deleted the Manchester United players’ WhatsApp group ✅


What about this absolute pinger from Max Power as Sunderland got back to winning ways in League One on Saturday? The goal was mustard. The singing? Not so much.

Age ain’t nothing but a number

At the venerable age of 36 Franck Ribery delivered a Man of the Match performance against AC Milan as Fiorentina cruised to a 3-0 win – and the Frenchman was then applauded off the field by all parts of the San Siro.

Vardy still having a party

Since Brendan Rodgers’ first match with Leicester in March, Jamie Vardy has now scored more Premier League goals than any other player; netting 14 times in 17 appearances.




Miserable Magpies set for winter of discontent

Toon fans were left distraught following that Vardy-inspired 5-0 mailing against Leicester however. This particular Newcastle fan has clearly had enough of Steve Bruce already. And it’s only September!


On this Day

Before he became an expert on all things Brexit, Gary Lineker was one of the most prolific goal-scorers this country has every produced. Here he is, ably assisted by Gazza, terrifying QPR back in the day.

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